The Vietnamese company Bkav claims to defeat Apple’s Face ID with a concealed mask

Apple’s new security ID for the iPhone X raised a lot of concerns, the most important security feature of the biometric system. The div technology said that although the Face Detection System is more convenient than it is less sensitive to its Touch ID predecessor, but tests have shown that the system works in its entirety, but has a series of errors and unexpected behaviour.

Here’s Another Face burn ID: the researchers have been able to overcome the Bkav claim

Vietnamese company Face Recognition of the iPhone X with a luxurious mask from a combination of 2D and 3D parts. In a video released this weekend, researchers at Bkav have shown that a specially designed face could unlock a brand new device. According to Bekava, his “proof of the concept” was performed without the training of his iPhone X to detect mask components, just the face of a team member.

The company did not indicate how many attempts to overcome Apple’s security, but wrote that it cost about $ 150 for parts that did not contain a 3D printer. Without a clearer video or replication of the experiment, it’s difficult to know if this is a theft.

But assuming that the Bkav’s method is really effective as advertised, would it be a major security problem for casual users? Probably not. As Bekav explained in his post on the blog, “It’s pretty hard to make a ‘right’ mask without knowing security. We were able to act as Apple’s AI, as mentioned in writing, because we understand its artificial intelligence and how to avoid it.

As Engadget reports, this is similar to the hacker organization of Computer Chaos Complication requires a process of work intensively requiring photographs of 2400 DPI users’ fingerprints and print latex for fool fingerprint recognition in 2013. The Complex solution Face ID from Bkav is rather complicated. This highlights Apple’s claim that the new system is safer than the Touch ID.